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Tulsa Tax Law Attorney | How To Avoid An IRS Tax Audit
Once you have filed your returns there is not much that you can do if something is not correct. It is important that before you file that you proof read through all of your returns and make sure that everything is 100% accurate. If need be you need to hire an accountant to make sure that your tax returns are accurate.
E-Filing Your Returns Is the Best Option
E-filing will save you a lot of trouble. It will save you a trip to the post office. E-filing is the best option for several reasons. It is estimated that 21% of the returns that are filed on paper have errors in them. While only a half-percent of returns that are filed through e-file contain errors. E-filing is the IRS preferred method to receive tax returns. If you have a computer with an internet connection this should be doable.
What Are Considered Red Flags For The IRS
The largest red flags for the IRS are rounded numbers. You are best to round to the nearest dollar. Thus, if the amount is $375.75, then just round to $376. This greatly decreases the chances of facing an audit.
Many People Do Not Sign Their Returns
Yes, it is true if you do not sign your return then it increases the chance of you being audited. This is why it is very important for you to sign your return. This is something that many people just forget to do. So by all means when you are filing your taxes be certain to sign your return as it greatly reduces the chances of you being audited.
Why Hire A Tulsa Tax Law Attorney
There are still about 1% of returns that end up being audited each year. If your taxes are being audited, it is important that you contact a Tulsa Tax law attorney. If you are looking to a hire an attorney, then you should consider contacting Hanson & Hanson Law Firm at (918) 409-0634.